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15 workplace horror stories we wish were not real

Workplace horror stories we wish were not real

When we were kids, we used to share scary stories with our friends. And, more often than not, we would exaggerate a little bit (...

return to office

The winds of change: return to office in the face of COVID-19

Dave Vinton is the Global Talent Pipeline Manager Engineering & EPC at Denmark-headquartered Ørsted, a multinational energy ...

workplace changes in the 2020s

6 workplace changes we can expect in the 2020s

As we go deeper into 2021, we’re ready to look back and reflect on the practices and solutions we all adopted during the pandemi...

future workplace

CEO insights on the future workplace

When things go wild in the business world, CEOs inevitably fall into the spotlight. Everyone wants to know what they think and p...

return to a new world of work

Return to a new world of work: Get ready with these 5 insights

Return to work. The “new normal”. The “next normal”. All these and more are being discussed en masse as different economies and ...

crisis management

Crisis management in the workplace: the role of HR

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses are doing their best to help their people, support their communities and survi...

Holiday characters in the workplace

A Christmas fairy tale: the workplace edition

December 24th. 8:55 am. Coffee in hand. Just like every weekday morning for the past five years, you’re about to walk into your ...

employee burnout

Employee burnout for employers: costs, causes and cures

Have you ever felt so exhausted and disheartened that you just don’t want to go to work? Many of us have these moments — p...

controversial topics at work

Can we discuss politics or other controversial topics at work?

Let’s say that one of your employees posts a racist joke on their personal social media page. Even if it was meant by that emplo...

Why even ‘casual’ companies should have dress codes

Companies should have dress codes to define what professionalism looks like in their workplace. Dress codes can clarify roles, c...

The limits of euphemism

As individuals it is likely that we have differing degrees of tolerance for being spoken to indirectly. And yet most of us are e...

The most popular company policies

Most employee handbooks include policies like anti-discrimination, confidentiality, code of conduct and attendance. Though those...

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